One Grave Too Many

One Grave Too Many

A Diane Fallon Forensic Investigation

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Penguin Putnam
“Calls to mind the forensic mysteries of Aaron Elkins and Patricia Cornwell.” —Chicago Sun-Times
With fascinating forensics, compelling characters, and ingenious plot twists, Beverly Connor’s novels have been compared to those of the hottest crime writers on the scene. Now, she ratchets up the suspense to introduce one of today’s most insightful and complex investigators: forensic anthropologist Diane Fallon. When the dead speak, Diane listens—to their bones. 
Leaving a troubled past behind her, Diane is starting over as director of the RiverTrail Museum of Natural History in Georgia—until former love Detective Frank Duncan tracks her down. He needs her unique experience as a forensic anthropologist to examine a bone found in the woods. Diane can’t resist Frank’s request—on both a professional and personal level. Because the secrets of bones are in her blood—and their whispers offer a dead family’s only chance at justice.

Baker & Taylor
Ex-forensic anthropologist, Diane Fallon, finds her past catching up to her when her former lover, Detective Frank Duncan, asks for her help in examining a bone he found in the woods, a grisly discovery that is linked to her family. Original.

Publisher: New York, N.Y. : New American Library, c2003. New York, N.Y. : New American Library, c2003
ISBN: 9780451411198
Characteristics: 383 p ; cm
Additional Contributors: Good
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